After several months of working away on it, I’m happy to say that you can now finally download the first BETA of my NTFS permissions reporting tool.
As mentioned in a previous post, this first BETA does not have all features up and running, but all of the main functionality (such as the actual generation of reports and the filtering capabilities) is there.
You can download the BETA from here: http://cjwdev.co.uk/Software/NtfsReports/Info.html
Please let me know what you think (via the Help –> Send Feedback menu item within the program), all feedback really is appreciated.
One group of people that I’m particularly keen on hearing feedback from are those that work in large multi-domain and/or multi-forest environments, as there is only a limited amount of testing I can do in such an environment so it would be great to hear how it performs in ‘real world’ environments like that. I have put a lot of time and effort into making it work well across domains, and it will even correctly resolve account display names in foreign domains when run over a VPN on a machine that is not a member of any domain (provided you have DNS name resolution working ok for those domains) – something that competitors products seem to struggle with.
There are a number of small additions that I’m already planning to implement for the next BETA (such as extra options on the right click menus, minor GUI changes etc) but if you have any suggestions for additional features please feel free to send me an email.
Oh and this BETA version will expire on the 15th of December, as the second BETA should be out by then 🙂